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Nintendo Wii’s One Piece Unlimited Cruise trailers


Check out the above trailer (in Japanese) for Nintendo Wii’s new One Piece game, One Piece Unlimited Cruise.

The trailers (one above and one below the break) show Luffy in a new styled outfit instead of his Unlimited Adventure costume.  Along with Luffy, Usopp, Chopper, Nami, Zoro, Sanji, Robin, Franky and Brook will all be in the game, and all have new outfits related to animals.  Weird!  Supposedly, Brook can even … run on water now!  HA!

Check out the other trailer after the break!

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